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Congressman Rob Woodall

Representing the 7th District of Georgia

In The News

January 27, 2011 In The News
"Rep. Rob Woodall said he wants to see if President Barack Obama’s actions match his words from Tuesday’s State of the Union speech."
January 25, 2011 In The News
"Washington, much like middle school, is focusing on who will sit with whom at tonight’s State of the Union address...“Congressman Woodall plans to sit on the Republican side and proudly so, not as a partisan but simply as a traditionalist,” his press secretary wrote."
January 7, 2011 In The News
"Picking up where his predecessor left off, U.S. Rep. Rob Woodall, R-Ga., introduced legislation to replace the current tax system with the FairTax. “I have said since its inception that the FairTax is not a tax bill; it is a freedom bill,” Woodall said in a statement announcing the bill’s introduction and its 47 co-sponsors."
January 6, 2011 In The News
"In his first day of office, Rep. Rob Woodall took action on four bills he said “promote freedom and the U.S. Constitution.” Woodall, R-Lawrenceville, and the rest of the 112th Congress were sworn in Wednesday."
January 6, 2011 In The News
"Rob Woodall fulfilled his campaign promise on his first day in Congress, filing local favorite legislation for the FairTax with more sponsors than the bill ever had on the opening day of a legislative session."
January 6, 2011 In The News
U.S. Rep. Rob Woodall, R-Lawrenceville, was all over Gwinnett this weekend attending patriotic Memorial Day celebrations. The freshman congressman released the following statement about the holiday.
January 5, 2011 In The News
"U.S. Rep Rob Woodall has been nominated to serve on the House Rules Committee, his office announced today."
January 5, 2011 In The News
"Eighty-seven Republican freshmen stormed Capitol Hill on Wednesday, bringing with them an unbridled enthusiasm for conservative reform."
January 4, 2011 In The News
"House Rules Committee chairman-designate David Dreier (R-Calif.) announced that four Republicans have been selected to serve on his committee. All four are freshmen, and all are from the South."
January 4, 2011 In The News
"You might expect Rob Woodall to sound giddy as he prepares to start his term in Congress. That certainly wasn’t his mood Monday. Instead, he was ready to get down to business."

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